Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 8, 1952 · Page 10
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FROSTBERG - KEYSER And Tri-State Area News (10) Evening Times, Friday, February 8, 1952 Frostburg Ministers Slate Annual Preaching Mission FROSTBURG—Plans for the annual preaching mission here were completed at a recent meeting of the Frostburg Ministerial Association in the parsonage of Salem Evangelical and Reformed Church .Rev. John Bayley Jones, pastor of First Methodist Church, presided. The theme of the services will be "Christian Answers to Human Questions," The mission will be held February 18-22 in Salem Church, and the final service Sunday, February 24, in First Methodist Church. All services will commence *t 7:30 p. m. Th« preacher will be Rev. Hartland H. Helmick, Philadelphia. He is minister to students and faculties of a number of Philadelphia colleges and schools, representing the Evangelical and Reformed and the Con- -gresslonal Christian churches. A native of St. Louis, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Central College (Mo.) and his Bachelor of Divinity degree from Eden Theological Seminary (Mo.) He has done graduate work at the Chicago Theological Seminary. \ Rev. Mr. Helmick has served as traveling se.cretary for the Student Christian Movement, first in New York State, and more recently in the Middle Atlantic region, Including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mary- l«nd, Delaware, Washington, Vir- SPfCIAL Mii»f t Chlldr»n» Tf«s & Straps $2.45 — Valu« up to JX.95 On* Oreup PollParrot Oxfordt $3.87 — Up fa J6.93 Valuu Condon's Shoe Store 20 W. Main.St. Phone 190 Frostburg our EXHAUST SYSTEM CHECKUP! we use Mo PAR PARTS Factory-engineered and inspected especially for your Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto or Chrysler car .j. or Dodge "Job-Rated" truck. You're sure of safe, quiet performance for a long time to come! Come In today! Morton's Garage Water & Mechanic Sts. Phone 300 Frostburg ginla and West Virginia. During his college and seminary days, he was a member of the Naval Reserve, preparing for a chaplaincy. In addition to his work among college students, he has served as interim pastor for congregations, in Iowa and Pennsylvania, as well as assistant to the minister of First Presbyterian Church, St. Louis. Brief Mention Staff Sgt. John A. Caton, son of Marshall Caton, East Main Street, who completed a three year enlistment In thp Army, has reenlisted for a six year term and is stationed at Sampson Air Base, Geneva, N, Y. Mr. and Mrs. James Brady, McCulloh Street, announce the birth of a son Saturday at Miners Hospital. Paul Hlggins returned to the University ot Maryland after a recent visit with: his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. James Higgins, West Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Drees, Fm- zel, announces the coming marriage of their daughter, Anna, to Joseph Lynch, son of Emma Lynch, Frostburg, and the late Thomas Lynch. The ceremony will take place tomorrow at 9:00 a. m. in St. Mi; chael's Church. Mr. and Mrs. James Viler, Route 1, announce the birth of a son Wednesday in Miners Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker, 162 Maple Street, are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday in Miner's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis, 41 Green Street, are the parents of a. daughter born Tuesday in Miners Hospital. The Church School teachers of St. John's Episcopal Church Will celebrate a. corporate communion Sunday at the 8 a. m. celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Club Meets Tonight FROSTBTJRG — The Pioneer Club of Welsh Memorial Baptist Church will meet today at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Mildred Walker, Braddock Road with Mrs. Marion Skidmore, co-hostess. Alumni Meeting Slated ' FROSTBURG — The Beall High School Alumni Association will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the American Legion Home. Miss Katherine Close, who will preside, said class chairmen are to attend as a circus project and other plans will be discussed. Booster Club To Meet LONACONING — Howard VanHorn, president of the newly-organ- ied Booster Club, of Central High School, -will meet 'Sunday at 2 p. m. at the school. For Sale—Ha'rdwick Gas Range used five years, also three piece Living room suite. Phone Frostburg 845-J. Adv. N-T-F-8-9-11. 3"or Sale: Bed, Gas Cooking Stove, Refrigerator, Metal Cabinet, Chairs, Rocker, Mirror, Linoleum Rug. Phone Frostburg 189-J-5. Adv.—N-T-Feb. 6-7-8 Roofing-Spouting Sheet Metal Work Furnaces Vacuum Cleaned HEATING Gas - Cool - Oil Furnaces AH Work Guarantied™Frte Estimates WM. R. GOEBEL 25 Centennial Street Phone 486-R Froitburg Court Of Honor Program Held By Scout Units PIEDMONT, W. Va.—A court of honor and round-up was held in the Piedmont High School auditorium Wednesday evening, sponsored by the Tri-Towns District Scouters in observance of National Boy scout Week. The opening announcements were made by Carl McMillen, district commissioner. Dr. Donald P. Whitworth, district chairman of the Tri- Towns Scouters, led in singing "America." Scouts. Brownies and Cubs recommitted themselves to their oaths. There were eight scout troops represented. Troop 34 presented a demonstration on recusitating a drowned person and skits were given by the Cub Pack sponsored by Trinity Methodist Church. Troop 33 presented a rope braiding exhibition and four scouts from Barton troop 25 played several musical numbers. The Court of Honor was conducted in two parts, opening with a skit, "How a Scout Earned a Merit Badge." Taking part in it .were John Ferrell, troop 36, the scout; Scoutmaster Harry J. Biggs of the same troop, as scoutmaster, and George Failing, a district councilor. Firemen Plan Annual Dinner FROSTBURG—Plans for the annual dinner of the AUegany-Gar rett County Firemen's Association will be completed at a • meeting here next month, according to Charles Price, president. Invitations — Alvin H. Rankin, Frostburg, chairman; E. Lester Kolb, Flintstone, and Harry C. Walter, Corriganville. Entertainment~L. E. Wortman Luke, chairman; John Pritchard Grantsville, and Felix Foote, Lonaconing. Ways and Means—David E. Kirk, Barton, chairman; Nelson Russler, Chapel Hill, Cumberland; Charles Price, Bloomington, and Cromwell Zembower, LaVale. Dinner Florian Nickel, Frostburg, chairman; Nelson Russler, Chapel Hill, and Cromwell Zembower, LaVale. Okey Michael, chairman of .the district advancement committee, presided at the second part of the program and In the presentation of merit badges was assisted by Dr. Whitworth. Those receiving badges included Walter McKenzie, troop 26, second class; Charles Kazlo, troop 33, second class; John J. Shuhart, troop 25, first class; Randall Machin, troop 33, first class, and Webster George, irobp 57, first class. Merit badges were also presented io Robert Mitchell, troop 30, tenderfoot air scout; Alton Fortney, Jr., troop 33, citizenship in the home and cooking; Jorm Ferrell, troop 36, personal health, masonry and fire- manship; Randall Machin, troop 33, mechanical drawing, and Harry Meese troop 25, soil and water conservation and public health. George Falling and Charles Rennix also participated in the ceremony. Announcements were made by Scoutmaster Alton R. Fortney, who was in charge of arrangements. The program closed with all participants standing in a circle before a simulated campflre, with Scoutmaster Noel Obenshain in charge. A reception for the scouters followed at the Piedmont Library. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas D. Campbell, Mrs. Donald P. Whitworth and Mrs. ! arleton Bell were in charge. They were assisted In serving refreshments by Gertrude Hudson, Patricia 3osley, Elrose Tibbitt and -Barbara 3igh, of Piedmont Girl Scout Troop No. 3. Piedmont Presbyterian Church will be the scene of a rededication ;ervice for the Boy Scouts tonight. Beginning at 7 p.m. movies of the 'hilmont Scout Ranch In New Mexico, maintained by the National 'ouncil, will be shown, as will be films of the Senior Scout trip to Bethesda last fall and other scouts activities. Scoutmaster Harry J. Biggs will show the film and Noel Obenshalnn will have charge of the program. At 8:15 p.m., the scouts and cubs will hear a national broadcast dur- ng which they wiil recommit themselves to the Scout oath and the Cub promise. JO-LE-KAY MARKET E. Main at Grant ASPARAGUS No'. 2 Cant .CATSUP — Huntt er Ellondal* — 14-oz. btl. 7 TOMATO PASTE — Oibbi — 5 Cant ,. 27c 39c 49c CELERY — Critp — Large Stock APPtES — Winetap — 4 Ib. .. CABBAGE — New Solid — 3 Ib. . . Phon. 733 ... 19c ... 25c 29c POTATOES — B 5ii« 100 Ib. bag $2.98 Larg. SO Ib. bag $2.1S APPLES (Pleat* Bring Batketi) ...,, bu. $1.59 FRESH MEATS FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE "BE MY LOVE" whisper Burmel's enchantingly beautiful hankies .,. golden arrows piercing red and white hearts are hand-printed on sheerest cotton . . . hems delicately hand- rolled. OF FROSTBURO Area Man Dies In 101st Year BEDFORD, Pa.—Morgan Hammer, Reynoldsdale, died yesterday at his home, just eight weeks after celebrating his 100th birthday. Death was due to natural causes, according to Vernon G. Geisel, county coroner. He was born December 14, 1851, near Schellsburg, and on the occasion of his last birthday was presented the Century Award of the Pennsylvania Medical Society. Mr. Hammer resided for many years with a son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer, Reynoldsdale. He retired from a life of farming at the age of 93 after a fire destroyed the barn on! his farm. j The 100-year-old man had no special formula to give for longevity when he was interviewed on his last! birthday. But relatives pointed out' he "was a man of few words" and, worked hard all his life. His wife, the former Emma Jane Club Entertained At Masonic Hall LONACONING — The Officers Club of Martha Washington .Chap- teV No. 10, OES, were entertained Tuesday evening in the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Mary Robertson, Betty Smith and Mildred Lewis were hostesses. Honors' were won by Mrs. Mary Phillips, Mrs. Helen Trost, Mrs. Mary Robertson, Mrs. Mae Dick, and Mrs. Jane Burt. Other members present were Mrs. Bessie Bishop, Mrs. Ethel Dobson, Mrs. Martha Grove, Mrs. Emily Johnson, Mrs, Mildred Cross, Mrs. Marlon Moore, Mrs. Janet BoaJ, Mrs. Conine Reiber, Mrs. Ella Evans, Mrs. Helen Dillon, Miss Grace Fulton, Mrs. Jennie Holmes, Mrs. Lettie Smaul, Mrs. Jean George, Mrs. Thelma Inskeep, Mrs. Elsie Keyes and Mrs. Nina McElvie. Brief Mention May Steele, 12-year-old Lennie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David B. Steele, Beechwood, who has been ill since October, is reported improved. Morning Star Temple No. 1, Pythian Sisters, will sponsor a card party in the Pythian Hall Wednesday, February 12. Bridge, 500 and canasta will be played. Mrs. Isaac Bradbunris general chairman. Mrs. Agnes Marshall, deputy grand chief, made an official visit to Manhattan Temple, Cumberland, a recent evening, accompanied by Edith Holder, Jennie Smith, Nellie Miller and Blanche Henry. » John Keyes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Keyes, is confined to his home. The Choristers of First Presbyterian Church will hold a bake sale in the Atkinson storeroom tomorrow at 10 a. m, Mrs. Nelson Meese is visiting Mrs. Winnie Stakem. Miss Louise Cooper returned to Washington after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cooper. Scouting Show Program Set FROSTBURG — *Dr. Adam Baer, chairman of Mountain District, Boy Scouts, announced the following program tot the scout show which is part of the National Scout Week nrogram to be held in the gym at BYostburg State Teachers College at 5 p. m. Saturday: Introduction —Dr. Baer; song — 'America the Beautiful": monitor drill — Troop 42, Frostburg; flag display—Troop 49, Grantsville; handicraft display—Troop 43, Frostbu?g. Stunts—Cub Pack 30, Frostburg; camping scene—Troop 45, Friendsville; first aid—Troop 48, Frostburg; knot tying race—all troops, and flint and steel fire race—all troops. The conclusion of the program will include a, court of honor under ihe direction of Franklin Wood. Parents of scouts and the public may attend. January Bonus Payments Near Seven Million CHARLESTON, W. Va.— (ff)— Checks totaling nearly seven roll- lion dollars were sent to West Virginia veterans of two world wars and their survivors during the first month of state-bonus payments. Director T. H. (Pat) McGovran of the State Department of Veterans Affairs reported that the January payments went to 22,654 persons in each of the state's 55 counties, 35 other states and the District of Columbia, foreign countries or territories. The January checks were the first of an expected 275,000 bonus claims. It is estimated the claims will total 75 million dollars. Mc- Govran issued tWt following" breakdown of the $6,948,640 January payments. To 1,884 veterans of World War I, $214,080; to 50 survivors of deceased World War I veterans, $6,020. To 20,654 World War II veterans, $6,707,600; to 66 survivors of World War II veterans, $20,940. McGovran said the overall average payment was $306. The average for World War n bonus checks was $328, while the average to World War I claimants was $113. Payments are calculated on the basis of $1 for each month or major fraction of a month of domestic duty and $15 for each month or major fraction in foreign service—within certain limiting dates. There 'is a maximum of $300 for those who served only in this country and $400 for those who were abroad. FROSTBURG —Kev. Dr. Paul V. Taylor, pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church, and Mrs. Taylor, entertained recently with an unusual, dinner in the newly- remodeled parsonage. Members of the consistory of^the church were guests. The event featured a dinner such as would be held by a native of China. Rev. Dr. Taylor served as a missionary in China for a number of years and the table accessories featured items he had obtained while in the Orient. Following the dinner, plans for the reorganization of church groups were discussed. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Storm', Arthur Irwin, Harry Ort, Russell Lancaster, John Knepp, Irvin Engle, Mrs. Marie Lewis, Mrs, Amelia Dudley, Howard Plummer, Philip Krauss and Ralph I. Alexander. DeMolay To Sponsor Trained Animal Circus KEYSER. W. Va.—The Keyser DeMolay Chapter is planning to sponsor again this year the Beers- Barnes trained animal circus which appeared here under their auspices in 1950. It is expected to appear some time in June. Chapter officials say new acts include trained dogs, donkeys, ponys, seals, elephants and a chimpanzee that rides a bicycle and walks a tight rope. Circle Meeting Set WESTERNPORT — Anna King Circle of the WSCS of Trinity Methodist Church will meet at the home. of Mrs. Vernon Green and Mrs. Milton Newlon at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Mrs. Catherine McGiboney will present the study course, "The Family—The Christian Concern." Speedon Easy'Action . UNDERWEAR Pr«-»hrunk to fit end held their lhape — fin* cambid cotton km'ti. Guaranteed For 100 washings . . , W« Close At Six Saturdays KIDDIE TOWNE Ounttr Holt! Frottburg Oriental Motif Dinner Held By Pastor And Wife Bible Class Plans Silver Tea Tonight MIDLAND—A silver tea will be held tonight at 7:30 in the basement of Midland Methodist Church, sponsored by the Adult Bible Class of the chiirch. A short program will be presented by Mrs. Hazel Alexander, Mrs. Ruth Mooney, Mrs. Martha Glime, Rev. and Mrs. Louis Emerick, Richard Elliott, Mrs. Clarence Miller, John Jeffries, the Beall High School, Frostburg, Girls Chorus, and the Men's Bible Class Chorus. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO OIVB NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court ol Allegany County,. Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of Joseph O. Storey late of Allegany County. Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duiy authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 5th day of August, 1952. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 5th day of February, 1952, Helen Storey Vogel, Ad- ministratrix, Route 2 Box 99 Froatburg, Md. Adv. T—Feb. 8-15-23-29. The Uptown Liquor Store & Bar All Liquors In Fifths, Pints or Half-Pints At Cut Rate Store Prices MINIATURES DRAFT BEER GE TELEVISION HOTEL GUNTER TAP ROOM 13 W. Main St. Frostburg Work Nearing Completion On Church Annex LONACONING—The trustees of First Presbyterian Church recently announced that the improvement program in the church annex and kitchen is nearing completion. The Marshall Lumber Company of Lonaconing divided the upstairs of the annex into 10 sound-proof classrooms for the Sunday School. Up-to-date rest rooms were Installed downstairs. Thomas Ritchie, Sunday School superintendent who had charge of the painting, did most of the work himself. The Ladies Bible Class have purchased two large gas ranges, a porcelain sink, an electric refrigerator, and specially designed tables for the kitchen. A large double window has been placed above the sink and new lights have replaced the old ones." The trustees of the church are Charles W. Walters, president, Andrew Dick, Nicholson Eilbeck, Alvin Frye, Simeon Hutcheon, Henry Milford, Harold W. Moyer, Robert Peebles and Thomas Ritchie. Rev. Chalmers H. Goshorn is pastor. Election Held ByFFPLUnit OAKLAND—OHicers of the Garrett County Farming for Better living were elected at * recent meeting In the office of John H, Carter, county agent. Howard J. White, was elected chairman; Lowell Loomis, vice chairman; Miss Ethel Grove, secretary, and Howard C. Riggs, treasur. er. L. Bush Swlsher, Morgantown, W. Va, agricultural representative of the Monongahela Power Company, serves as directoj 1 of the program in Garrett County and four West Virginia counties. Fifty-four Garrett County farm families have already enrolled in the program, Swlsher reported, and said cards are being distributed to a number of farmers whose names have been presented to the council. London had baby clinics as early as 1816. Soloist Announced FROSTBURG — Rev. Dr. Paul V. Taylor, 'pastor of Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church, announced that Patsy Engle, former resident of Frostburg and (laughter of Mrs. Gertrude Engle, will be guest soloist at the 11 a. m. service Sunday. 50c PLATE LUNCH •erred daily ot PRINCESS RESTAURANT 12 W. Main St. Froitburg Minu Changti Doily , **•< A-l USED CARS 1941 Ford 1946 Ford 1947 Ford 1947 Ford 1 948 Ford 1 949 Ford 1949 Chevrolet 1950 Chevrolet 1949 Frazier r* OM ' n * «>«•< H., O.O. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED Trade - Terms Heiskell Motor Sales FROSTBURG Phono 79 HEAR GIL DODDS Holder of tht world record for Indoor Mil* — 4:05.3 . . . World Renowned Sp.ok.f . At Tht Allegany High School Auditorium Saturday, Feb. 9th 8 P. M. Under the Aucpices of TRI-STATE YOUTH FOR CHRIST Everybody Welcome DefHbaugh. died several years ago. It is believed Mr. Hammer was ;he second oldest resident of Bedford County. John Ross Weaver, Langdondale, marked his 101st birthday last September 2. Special Clearance SALE DRESSES All Solet Final • — No Approval! Friday and Saturday Only HARRIS' Froatburg FRI. - SAT. PALACE , MAT. - NITE n ••/ IAST DAY LYRIC NITI ONLY SCAf Stores Open Til 9 P. M. No Phone i uovriii IK, Sal n relay Night Specials Specials 7 to 9 P. M. Only EVERY SATURDAY - 7 to 9 P. M. 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